(Mark J. Terrill/AP)
(Mark J. Terrill/AP)

AMC bringing captions to big screens across the country

The movie chain will offer open captioning at 240 theaters, giving new accessibility to those who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg added to D.C. privacy lawsuit

The District of Columbia suit was filed in 2018 and stems from the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

These millennial women hadn’t invested before. The pandemic was ‘a wake-up call.’

Amid a financial crisis that demanded action, investing became an opportunity that attracted new entrants, many of them women.
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As White House tries to finalize vaccine mandate, dozens of groups seek last-minute meetings

Companies like Walt Disney and industry groups have sought more clarity, while others have sought to slow the process.

Facebook to pay more than $14 million in Justice Dept. settlement over discrimination against American workers

Federal authorities had charged the company with failing to properly advertise at least 2,600 jobs and consider applications from U.S. citizens.

Romance scams cost consumers a record $304 million as more people searched for love online during the pandemic

Consumers looking for love online and on dating apps were increasingly targeted by romance scams during the pandemic. An FTC report finds a sharp increase in such frauds, with losses reaching a record $304 million last year.

CFPB orders prison banker to pay $6 million for charging inmates ‘unfair’ fees

The penalty against prison financial-services firm JPay is the first major enforcement action announced by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under its recently confirmed director, Rohit Chopra.

Amazon, Ikea and other big companies commit to zero-emission shipping by 2040

Organized by the nonprofit Aspen Institute, the initiative also counts Unilever, Michelin and Patagonia among its signatories.

Fed chief’s financial disclosures fuel political clash over Fed nominees

The Fed is facing broader questions about what its officials should and should not be allowed to trade moving forward.

Bitcoin-based fund’s expected launch will make it easier for investors to buy a stake in crypto

A fund tracking the future price of bitcoin will begin trading Tuesday, allowing retail investors to easily buy into the action on the volatile digital asset in what crypto advocates are calling a watershed moment for the industry.

Ransomware attack knocks some Sinclair television stations off the air

The company says hackers targeted several of its servers and workstations, and took unspecified data.

Lawmakers: Amazon ‘may have lied to Congress’ about its business practices

A letter signed by a bipartisan group has given the tech giant two weeks to provide "exculpatory evidence" to corroborate executives’ testimony.

China’s power shortages, housing struggles put the brakes on its economy

The country’s growth was weighed down in the third quarter, hitting the slowest rate in a year.

Denver Art Museum announces return of four artifacts to Cambodia after Pandora Papers coverage of indicted art dealer

The announced return of the four museum pieces, which comes after an investigation by The Post and ICIJ into The Pandora Papers, was welcomed by Cambodian officials who are seeking the return of countless Khmer civilization relics.

Strikes are sweeping the labor market as workers wield new leverage

The labor activism runs the gamut of American industry, powered by the same grievances about wages, benefits and quality of life driving the Great Resignation.
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